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Everybody is going to point at the boat situation with O’Dell and crew, but it was just Aaron Rodgers going Aaron Rodgers on the Giants defense sometimes you are at the wrong place at the wrong time. This weekend the Giants happened to be at Lambeau Field and that wasn’t the place to be. They caught the fade and Rodgers hit Cobb for a 41 yard Hail Mary before the half and teams and players had flashbacks.
Odell Beckham, Jr. shows off his amazing hands again as Eli Manning hit him for 30 yards touchdown against the Washington Redskins.
ODB doing on Thursday Night Football.
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Tony Romo hit Jason Witten for an 11 yard touchdown pass with 13 seconds left to lift the Dallas Cowboys past the New York Giants 27-26. If you watched the whole game you saw how the Cowboys were tricking off all game. The Romo/Witten connection saved the day.
So if you didnt know during the 4th of July New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul had an accident with fireworks. Because of the accident JPP blew his index finger off and fractured his thumb on his right hand.
JPP was franchised tagged by the Giants this off season. That tag is worth $14.812 million, but because he hasn’t signed on the dotted line in hopes of getting a long term deal. It all seems to make sense right?
Why would you place yourself in danger knowing you are looking to land the biggest contract of your career? I know accidents happen, but it’s hard to stay trustworthy when you blowing your own hand up. In a sport where you put on your body on the line everyday you practice or play on Sunday you can’t help made the owners decision easier not to pay you the money you deserve because of an off the field mistake.
JPP was stupid, but I hope he is able to cope with the mistake and life a regular life, but it has to suck knowing all of the money he blew *no pun intended* by having the firecracker accident.
Bright side is he should be able to get most of his franchise tag deal, but unless he is able to play the same as before the injury he has lost himself a lot of coin in the future.
Next time hire somebody else to take that risk homie.
Odell Beckham, jr. Of the New York Giants might’ve made the catch of the year on Sunday Night Football. Beckham was victim of pass interference, but it didn’t stop the greatness the world would see. This catch was crazy I don’t even have the words to describe it accurately.
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I am slowly, but surely getting my mojo back. I am 22-20 on the year, so it’s time to get over the hump a little bit. The Saints and Falcons started our football week in great fashion. There will be several entertaining games this weekend. Here are selections for games of the week, we hope you enjoy them.
Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants
Both of these teams are headed in opposite directions. The Cowboys have been taking lumps as of late, and the Giants are on a 4 game winning streak. I think this will be a high scoring game, and the team with the less turnovers will win. It’s tough to trust Eli Manning this season, but I think the Giants defense is shaping up at the right time. I have the Giants winning in a close one.
Carolina Panthers at Miami Dolphins
This game is a huge test for the Panthers. This is the perfect let down game from them after having a huge win on Monday Night Football against the Pats. I think that the Dolphins are trying to weather the storm with the circus that’s going around. I think that the Panthers defense will be too much for the Dolphins. I am predicting a big game from Teddy Ginn Jr.
Denver Broncos at New England Patriots
This will be another epic battle between Tom Brady and Peyton Manning. The Broncos are rolling as of now, and the Patriots are still searching for answers. The Pats will play a lot better than they did last week, but I think that Manning in the boys will be a bit much for the Patriots. Will Wes Welker have the last laugh? Broncos win in a close one.
The Patriots and Jets are kicking off our football week. Like last week there will be many marquee match ups. Last week I was 2-1 on my selections. I am going for the undefeated mark this week, but we shall see. Check out our selections, and feel free to drop us a line.
San Francisco 49ers @ Seattle Seahawks (Sunday Night Football)
The San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks are the class of the NFC, and is building one of the best rivalries in the NFL. Both teams are built almost identical from the brash head coaches in Pete Carroll and Jim Harbaugh to their young heralded Quarterbacks Russell Wilson and Colin Kaepernick. It is always tough going up to Seattle on the road, but I think my Niners will look for revenge after having a sour taste in their mouth last season after getting blown out in Seattle.
Final Score: 27 Niners 21 Seahawks
Denver Broncos vs New York Giants (The Manning Bowl)
Last week Peyton Manning was in video game mode last week against the Ravens piling up seven touchdown passes. Eli Manning lost his first game in Cowboys Stadium meaning that he and the G Men will be hungry for a win. I respect the Giants pass rush, but I don’t think there is anything they can do to stop No.18.
Final Score: 28 Broncos 24 Giants
Washington Redskins @ Green Bay Packers
RGIII looked rusty as expected, and the Packers hung tight with the 49ers for majority of the game. All in all both teams are coming off of a loss, and will be looking to get a W in the win column. I expect RGIII to come out better than last week due to a strong closing to the game on Monday Night against Philly. Despite Griffin’s performance I still see them falling short to Mr. Discount Double Check & Co. I feel that addition of Eddie Lacy will help the Pack and will help the passing game flourish even more. Packers win in a close one.
Final Score: 31 Packers 27 Redskins
Ok, nobody expected to see Peyton Manning throw seven touchdowns on opening night. The Baltimore Ravens and Denver Broncos game was just a sample how exciting week 1 will be. Take a look at our picks for games of the week. Let us know what you think, and drop a line.
Green Bay Packers vs. San Francisco 49ers
The two teams faced off last season twice, and my niners came out on top last season in both contests. I think that the Packers will try to slow down Kapernick on the ground, but there are too many weapons to contain on the 49ers offense. I think that it will be a high scoring affair, and I have the 49ers beating Aaron Rodgers and the Pack.
Final Score: 35 Niners 28 Packers
New York Giants vs Dallas Cowboys (Sunday Night Football)
History is not on the Cowboys side with Eli Manning playing in Cowboy Stadium. Manning, who is undefeated in the new stadium looks to stay that way. It is always title or bust in Dallas, and the expectations are even higher for incumbent quarterback Tony Romo. Romo, who was awarded a contract over $100 million dollars looks to live up to the hype of the contract. I believe that this game will be a thriller. With guys like Victor Cruz, Hakeem Nicks, and Dez Bryant playing for both teams I expect a lot of big plays. I feel that the secondary of the Cowboys will cause Dallas to fall just short against the G Men.
Final Score: 31 Giants 24 Cowboys
Philadelphia Eagles vs Washington Redskins (Monday Night Football)
How will Chip Kelly’s new offense look? How will RGIII look? This is a very intriguing game that will be very entertaining. Both teams have exciting skill players that can light up the scoreboard. The defense of the Eagles is not up to par with the Redskins, but I feel that they are better than what people perceive them to be. RGIII may be a little rusty coming out the gates due to him missing the preseason. I think LeSean McCoy has a big day and leads the Eagles to victory.
Final Score: 27 Eagles 21 Redskins
This week like the weeks before will feature many marquee match-ups. We hope you enjoy our selections. Please feel free to express your opinion about our choices for games of the week.
This is a crucial match-up for both AFC North Squads that are making a playoff push at the end of the season. The Steelers have been on a downward spiral, and the Bengals have been playing solid football as of late. The Steelers have the home field advantage, and Big Ben always plays well against the teams in Ohio. When the pressure is on Roethlisberger delivers. Steelers win in a close one against Cincy.
New York Giants @ Baltimore Ravens, 4:25PM, ET
This is another match-up that has serious playoff implications. The NFC East is about as close as it gets, and the Ravens grip on the AFC North seems to be loosening by the week. Joe Flacco will face a tough test against the Giants, and it will be interesting to see how Jim Caldwell calls the game against the Giants. For some odd reason it seems as if the Ravens are allergic to getting the ball to Ray Rice, which is absurd. The bad version of the Giants showed up in Atlanta last week, so that means that they will play lights out against the Ravens. Eli & Co. will storm into the Baltimore to take the win leaving the Ravens with several question marks about their future at Quarterback, and with their offensive coordinator.
San Francisco 49ers @ Seattle Seahawks, @ 8:20PM, ET, (Sunday Night Football)
Both teams are probably the most physical teams in the NFL. The Seahawks have scored over 100 points in their last two games, and Russell Wilson is making late run for the NFL Offensive Rookie of The Year. I am a niner fan, but it will be very very hard to win in Seattle. This will be a huge test for Colin Kaepernick in a very hostile environment. If Kaepernick and the 49ers win he will have three quality road victories (New Orleans, New England, and possibly Seattle) which is huge for a young quarterback. This will be a slugfest, and special teams will be a huge factor for both teams. I have to be a homer and pick my niners lol.